He's a Japanese guy, DJing for a Japanese salsa crowd in a small city in Japan. I predict a more likely reaction to be a strong sucking sound with his head moving slightly to the right as the shoulders tilt slightly upward. I don't know, because none of it was stuff I listen to, I would qualify most of it as second rate salsa romantica/pop salsa, and a few odd tracks like volare by Son Boricua. I'll never know how he figures out what salsa he should get and play. There's great DJs in Fukuoka, and I also know a Casino teacher who I understand her Cuban selections, not this guy. It's very hard to influence the DJs when they don't speak either English or Spanish.